A flawless complexion and virtually no pores. Celebrities seem to have it all, and it comes as no surprise to us when you’ve got that much star power. With a bevvy of skincare experts and facials at their fingertips, you’re left wondering if you’ve even got a chance to look that good.
But with the rise of celebrity and influencer-owned beauty brands dropping left and right, things might just be tipping to our favour. From milky toners to hydrating eye creams, there’s everything you need for a complete skincare routine. Without further ado, here are a few of our fave picks…
1. Rihanna: Fenty Skin
Starting initially as a makeup line, Rihanna has since traversed into the realm of skincare. First starting out with a cleanser, toner, and a sunscreen, Fenty Skin has continued to diversify its product range.
Our hero product? It has to be their refillable Hydra Vizor sunscreen!
Shop the collection at fentybeauty.com
2. Kim Kardashian: SKKN by Kim
The gorgeous, albeit controversial, Kim Kardashian has seen her beauty empire grow from makeup to skincare. Teaming up with facialist to the stars Joanna Czech, SKKN by Kim is a true reflection of its owner: stylish, efficient and minimalistic.
Our hero product? Their Eye Cream is a saviour for dry under-eyes.
Shop the collection at skknbykim.com
3. Kylie Jenner: Kylie Skin
Not one to be outdone by other members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kylie Jenner‘s skincare brand is one to look out for. With its sleek pastel pink packaging, Kylie Skin is perfect for those just starting out their skincare routine.
Our hero product? It has to be their Face Moisturiser, as it hydrates the skin without the greasy feel.
Shop the collection at kyliecosmetics.com
4. Idris & Sabrina Elba: S’ABLE Labs
Idris Elba and his wife, Sabrina Elba, are definitely ones you’d not expect to start a skincare line. But with the launch of S’ABLE Labs in 2020, this power couple proves that they are more than okay with outdoing expectations.
Our hero product? Their Black Seed Toner is one trailblazing powerhouse!
Shop the collection at sablelabs.com
5. Pharrell Williams: Humanrace
Musical aficionado Pharrell Williams might know a thing or two about composing a hit, but who would’ve thought he was a skinthusiast as well? His aptly named skincare brand, Humanrace, has recently expanded their product range to include body and face sunscreens!
Our hero product? Take the day off with their Rice Powder Cleanser.
Shop the collection at humanrace.com
6. Venus Williams: EleVen
Tennis heavyweight Venus Williams proves a talent both in and out of the tennis courts. Instead of toners and moisturisers, EleVen’s beauty range is chock full of SPFs in different formats. Lip balms, serums, lotions…Venus Williams does not play around when it comes to sun protection.
Our hero product? Their Unrivalled Sun Serum SPF 35 is lightweight and cast-free!
Shop the collection at evelenbyvenuswilliams.com
7. Paris Hilton: ProD.N.A.
Blonde bombshell Paris Hilton has certainly not aged since the early 2000s. It comes as no surprise that she launched her skincare brand ProD.N.A., one that definitely feels luxe and expensive.
Our hero product? Her Face & Décolletage Cream is our favourite.
Shop the collection at parishiltonskincare.co.uk
8. Jessica Alba: The Honest Company
Sustainable. Effective. Honest. Jessica Alba‘s Honest skincare range defines clean beauty in every sense of the word. Chock full of skincare goodies, from retinol to vitamin C, the Honest Company is for all skin types to enjoy.
Our hero product? Glow for the gods with their Honestly Pure Retinol Serum!
Shop the collection at honest.com
9. Alicia Keys: Keys Soulcare
R&B crooner Alicia Keys is known for showing her flawless, bare skin to the cameras. With the launch of Keys Soulcare, it might just be the secret to the vocalist’s glowy complexion.
Our hero product? Their Harmony Mask with Manuka Honey is a winner!
Shop the collection at keyssoulcare.com
10. Scarlett Johansson: The Outset
Clean beauty is a popular trend in the beauty world, and one Black Widow starlet Scarlett Johansson is intimately knowledgeable about. Her skincare brand, The Outset, brings only the best ingredients to nourish and love the skin.
Our hero product? Their Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum plumps the skin like no other!
Shop the collection at theoutset.com
11. Miranda Kerr: Kora Organics
Australian beauty Miranda Kerr treasures everything that’s organic and natural, and this is pretty clear in her brand, Kora Organics. Meant to protect and care the skin without known irritants, Kora Organics is known to deliver on its promises.
Our hero product? Their Noni Night AHA Resurfacing Serum is a beauty must-have!
Shop the collection at koraorganics.com
12. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Rose Inc
With pouty lips and unblemished skin, supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is more than just a beautiful face. Her years of experience in the beauty world sees her create Rose Inc, with products that blends makeup and skincare for a flawless complexion.
Our hero product? Their Skin Enhance Luminous Tinted Serum is a skincare-makeup hybrid that gives you a glass-skin effect.
Shop the collection at roseinc.com
13. Jennifer Lopez: JLO Beauty
Actress and performer Jennifer Lopez brings her love for olive oil into life in her skincare brand, JLO Beauty. Known for its iconic bronze-gold packaging, JLO Beauty takes both your skin and vanity table to a whole new level.
Our hero product? Their That JLO Glow Serum does it all!
Shop the collection at jlobeauty.com
14. Hailey Bieber: Rhode Skin
Hailey Bieber has led what appears to be the perfect life. A member of the multi-talented Baldwin clan, the supermodel is not only known for marrying pop icon Justin Bieber. She launched her very own skincare brand, Rhode Skin, where you can expect glowy, well-nourished skin.
Our hero product? The Peptide Glazing Fluid is a must-have in your skincare arsenal!
Shop the collection at rhodeskin.com
15. Stella McCartney: STELLA
Organic. Botanical. Vegan. Stella McCartney‘s skincare brand, STELLA, has taken the skincare world by storm. Both eco-friendly and sustainable, STELLA does not mince words when it comes to the effectiveness of her products.
Our hero product? Their Reset Cleanser is the perfect way to reset your face.
Shop the collection at stellamccartneybeauty.com
16. Gwyneth Paltrow: GOOP
Although Gwyneth Paltrow has come into her fair share of controversy, that does not stop her from creating amazing skincare products. From peels to face creams, her world-famous GOOP brand has become part of her identity.
Our hero product? Their GOOPGLOW 15% Glycolic Acid Overnight Glow Peel sheds dirt and dead skin cells for a renewed visage.
Shop the collection at goop.com
17. Brad Pitt: Le Domaine
Well, the last thing we’d expect is for Hollywood hunk Brad Pitt to dabble in the skincare world. Dubbed a ‘genderless’ skincare line, its sleek and luxurious packaging is reminiscent of vintage wine bottles from his very own Château Miraval. Although it was initially intended to bring back the Château’s historic wine, we definitely don’t mind the skincare switch!
Our hero product? Their Cleansing Emulsion is a gentle blanket on the skin.
Shop the collection at ledomaine.com
18. Harry Styles: Pleasing
Harry Styles has reached the top of the music and fashion industries, and conquering the beauty world is next on his list. His brand, Pleasing, covers everything from makeup and nail polish to skincare. With a multicoloured, Pop Art-style aesthetic, Pleasing harks back to the 70s and promises a renewed, glass-skin look.
Our hero product? Acid Drops removes dead skin cells with its blend of AHAs and BHAs, and includes aloe to calm the skin.
19. Ciara: OAM
Iconic R&B superstar Ciara is on a mission to renew and rejuvenate your skin. Her Vitamin C skincare line, OAM, turns back the clock with its powerful ingredients. From an eye ‘revitaliser’ to brightening pads, Ciara certainly doesn’t cut corners when it comes to the range.
Our hero product? Their 20% Vitamin C Brightening Serum is the perfect solution for dull skin.
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